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2020 iPhones may drop LCDs entirely

2020 iPhones may drop LCDs entirely

While you can certainly argue that Apple arrived late to the OLED party, iPhones boasting the display tech have been slowly taking over the company's yearly device lineups. It may not be long before Apple decides to fully embrace OLED, which of course means leaving LCD in the dust. That's something Apple has been hesitant to do thus far, opting instead of offer LCD iPhones along costly OLED models.

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More details about EA’s canned Star Wars game surface

More details about EA’s canned Star Wars game surface

Last night, Kotaku published a report that claimed EA Vancouver's Star Wars game has been canned. The game has been in development since October 2017, so a little over a year, and entered production after EA shut down Visceral Studios, which was also working on Star Wars game of its own. In the time since that report was published, more information has surfaced, giving us a better idea of EA's motivation in this latest cancellation.

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Apple hunts Medicare funds for Apple Watch on seniors’ wrists

Apple hunts Medicare funds for Apple Watch on seniors’ wrists

Apple is shopping the Apple Watch around private Medicare plan providers, in the hope of getting the health-tracking smartwatch onto the wrists of seniors. Now in its fourth generation, the latest Apple Watch features the ability to perform basic electrocardiogram tests to ascertain heart health, as well as a fall detection system that can spot if the wearer has collapsed and summon help.

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Motorola RAZR could return as Verizon foldable smartphone

Motorola RAZR could return as Verizon foldable smartphone

The Motorola RAZR could return as a flagship folding smartphone, rebooting the iconic cellphone name within months. Epitomizing the mid-2000s phone market, the RAZR V3 launched in 2004 as the spiritual successor to Motorola's StarTAC, and went on to make the company millions with numerous iterations and color variants.

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Microsoft gears up for a foldable Windows invasion

Microsoft gears up for a foldable Windows invasion

2019 could very well wind up being the year of the foldable device. As we prepare for the first foldable smartphones to arrive, Microsoft is reportedly gearing up for big investments in foldable and dual-screen Windows devices. This includes not only foldable hardware of its own and from OEM partners, but also a push to make Windows compatible with those devices.

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Apple AirPower charging pad may finally be launching soon

Apple AirPower charging pad may finally be launching soon

If you've been wondering where Apple's AirPower charging accessory is, you're far from the only one. The wireless charging pad was announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X way back in 2017, and while Apple told us then that it would be released sometime in 2018, here we are in 2019 still waiting for an update. The latest news is far from an official confirmation that AirPower will be shipping soon, however it is the most credible rumor about the device we've heard in some time.

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The 2019 iPhone could have more useful wireless than 5G

The 2019 iPhone could have more useful wireless than 5G

The 2019 iPhone may not have 5G, but Apple could instead adopt another cutting-edge wireless technology for its flagship smartphones. Although the next-generation iPhones are still several quarters away - and Apple remains at the center of controversy around whether its handsets are too expensive - rumors about the specifications of the 2019 iPhones have already begun.

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Amid iPhone XR controversy Apple reportedly doubles-down on tech

Amid iPhone XR controversy Apple reportedly doubles-down on tech

We're still many months out from the reveal of Apple's 2019 iPhones, but when that group of devices is finally announced, they might end up looking very similar to the three phones we received in 2018. A new report claims that Apple will release three more iPhones in 2019, and that one of them will be a follow up to the LCD-sporting iPhone XR. This comes despite various reports that sales of all three of 2018's iPhones are slower than Apple was hoping.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 and foldable phone get a February reveal date: report

Samsung Galaxy S10 and foldable phone get a February reveal date: report

Back in November, Samsung sort of revealed its foldable smartphone, which has been in the works for quite some time. We didn't get a full reveal of the device, as Samsung went so far as showing off a prototype in the dark, presumably to prevent potential imitators from getting any ideas. Over the past couple of months, it's been relatively quiet on the foldable phone front, but that may all be changing soon.

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Ford and VW deal on EVs and autonomy could be huge

Ford and VW deal on EVs and autonomy could be huge

A new Ford Volkswagen deal potentially announced as soon as next week could see Ford get a jump on VW's EV platform wheel the two firms collaborate on driverless tech, according to industry insiders. An official announcement of the alliance, which would build upon an existing collaboration between the two automakers, may be announced at the Detroit Auto Show 2019.

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Samsung foldable phone details leak from secret CES 2019 demo

Samsung foldable phone details leak from secret CES 2019 demo

Samsung's foldable smartphone may not have been on show at CES 2019 this week, but it reportedly did get a sneaky preview to a few lucky people - some of whom have now spilled details on the AMOLED clamshell. The as-yet unnamed folding phone, which could launch as the Samsung Galaxy Fold, was previewed by the company in late 2018.

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iPhone production reportedly just got cut again

iPhone production reportedly just got cut again

Apple has further slashed iPhone production in the face of underwhelming sales, reports from suppliers claim, in a leak likely to do further damage to the Cupertino firm's share price. The company surprised the market last week with the admission that it would miss its latest revenue forecasts, blaming tough economic conditions in China and lower than expected iPhone sales as contributing to the shortfall.

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